E-Money and Emoji: How Venmo Won Millennial Mindshare
Venmo, a mobile person-to-person payment system now owned by PayPal, rocketed in popularity with millennials by treating money movement as a type of social interaction.
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The Snapchat logo
Snapchat, a photo-based messaging service, has added a payment capability based on Square Cash, Square Inc.'s person-to-person payment system. more »
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Amazon plans to discontinue WebPay, a service that allows people to send cash to each other. more »
The original Square Cash offered to fill out an email for the user.
Square Cash, a person-to-person payment service Square launched in October 2013, has been redesigned to become more useful as an app-based product. more »
Jeffery Yabuki, Fiserv's president and CEO
Fiserv Inc. is promoting the real-time version Popmoney person-to-person payment service as a companion to its online bill payment offering. more »
Ather Williams, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bank of America Corp. plans to allow new transaction types, such as corporate disbursements, to be made through the bank-led clearXchange person-to-person payments network. more »
Niti Badarinath
U.S. Bank's addition of "instant" person to person payments is a response to consumer expectations: If mobile payments are supposed to replace cash, they should be as fast as cash. more »
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U.S. Bank will enable real-time person-to-person payments through Fiserv's Popmoney. more »
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MoneyGram is working with PicomoPay to enable U.S.-based Facebook users to send funds to MoneyGram agent locations in 200 countries using PicomoPay's Facebook app. more »

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